May 25, 2020
A film that never grows old.
I discovered this film last year but it's one of those forever-young classics that greets you like an old friend. It was released in several languages, including an English version narrated by Orson Welles, but filmed in Italian and French, using actors from both countries. The Italian actors including Peppone speak Italian, the French including Don Camillo speak French, and their lines are dubbed. This is the Italian version, also used for the English release, with Spanish subtitles. The French version is cut slightly differently which throws subtitles made for this version out of sync.